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Live Action

The Plague – Greg Hall

While the tiny £3,500 budget for Greg Hall’s debut feature about inner City London life, The Plague, may be visible through some of the cracks, there’s no

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Animation, Music

These Are Your Friends & Islands – Trunk

Frustrated by the lack of creative freedom at their respective animation studios and a burning desire to work in music promos and stretch their design ideas

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Documentary

The Boy who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan – Phil Grabsky

An eight-year-old boy called Mir Hussain, living in a cave in Bamiyan, Afghanistan may not appear to be the most obvious choice for a feature length

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Animation

The Scent of Seth – Anita Shukla

In partial homage to the sensation of dark imagination in the work of Tim Hope, Roman Dirge and Tim Burton, Anita Shukla’s animated short The Scent of

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Live Action

Talking with Angels – Yousaf Ali Khan

A well-worn maxim suggests that it’s always best to create stories about ‘what you know’, and Yousaf Ali Khan’s accomplished short

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Live Action

Stagnate – Miranda Bowen

Mildred is an eccentric, bird-like woman who desperately tries to do her job to the best of her ability – only there’s little to do and the more

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Live Action

A Young Boy Navigates the Trauma of School Bullies & His Heroin-Addict Mother in Candida Scott Knight’s ‘Mercy’

UK director Candida Scott Knight's 'Mercy' tells the story of Ben, a young boy who’s bullied at school and neglected at home by his heroin-addict mother.

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Documentary, Music

Keepintime: Talking Drums and Whispering Vinyl – B+

“I don’t know anything about that jigga jigga stuff – you play that and I’ll play this!” – Paul Humphrey What happens when

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Live Action

The Ten Steps – Brendan Muldowney

Making counting to ten one of the creepiest things ever shown on screen, Brendan Muldowney’s The 10 Steps will have you going to bed with the lights on

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Live Action

Remote – John Burns

Remote tells the story of an amalgam of the fairer sex and TV. Despite the modest £1000 budget, director John Burns was confident the 90-second film could be

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Live Action

77 Beds – Alnoor Dewshi

Turning insomnia to his advantage, director Alnoor Dewshi developed the concept for his astounding short 77 Beds whilst finding an alternative to counting

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Animation, Art & Fashion

Consider Yourself at Home – Andy Gibson

In Consider Yourself at Home, Tim’s daily routine is interrupted by a song from his dead wife that sets in motion a descent into the surreal. A project

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